Siemens Healthineers Symbia Intevo Bold SPECT/CT nuclear medicine scanner

Symbia Pro.specta SPECT/CT with myExam CompanionModernize to MAXIMIZE

SPECT CT scan machine - Symbia Pro.specta SPECT/CT

Modern SPECT/CT for maximum results

Setting new standards for SPECT/CT, Symbia Pro.specta™ with myExam Companion takes your nuclear medicine department into the future. Every system includes intelligent SPECT/CT imaging and a fully integrated, intuitive user interface to give you the power of more.

More detail

Fast, low-dose CT featuring 32 to 64 slices provides more detail.

More clarity

Automatic SPECT motion correction delivers more clarity.

More freedom

A single, intuitive interface and a smart workflow create more freedom to focus on patients.

More flexibility

Specialized tools offer more flexibility to meet clinical need.

Features & Benefits

symbia pro spect

Redefine performance with new standards for SPECT/CT

Ready for anything, Symbia Pro.specta with myExam Companion sets new standards for SPECT/CT. Every system has a high level image quality. Every system is quantification- and theranostics-ready. And every system is inherently low dose.

Modern SPECT/CT that fits in your space

A realistic fit in your existing space, Symbia Pro.specta’s sleek design and modern technologies give you more freedom to decide what’s possible with SPECT/CT.1

Doctor using the SYMBIA Pro.specta

Reach your full potential with a smart workflow

Unlock your full potential with a system that fully integrates SPECT and CT. myExam Companion is a single, intuitive interface across the entire system that guides you through the entire process from patient setup to final imaging—resulting in consistent, reproducible studies, no matter the user, patient, or procedure.

Symbia Pro.Specta SPECT/ CT - Achieve optimized imaging from dedicated clinical tools

Achieve optimized imaging from dedicated clinical tools

Make the most of every day by achieving optimized nuclear medicine imaging on one, all-purpose SPECT/CT. Ready for anything, Symbia Pro.specta SPECT/CT helps you perform all your general nuclear medicine exams with a high level of image quality. And when more specialized studies are needed, you can customize your system with technologies that automatically optimize image quality and workflow for cardiology, neurology, oncology, and more.

Clinical Use

Explore how Symbia Pro.specta SPECT/CT can help you transcend limitations and create new clinical possibilities in nuclear medicine.





Developer insights

My goal for Symbia Pro.specta

Insights by George Dailey

We've tried to make SPECT/CT adoption easier

Insights by John Pawlak

Ease of use is what we need to move SPECT/CT forward

Insights by Alexander Hans Vija, Ph.D.

Technical Details


Bore diameter

70 cm

Tunnel length

106.4 cm




Rotation time

up to 0.33 s4


up to 7.0 MHU4 (17.5 MHU equivalent value with SAFIRE5)


up to 75 kW4 (187 kW equivalent value with SAFIRE5)

High voltage

up to 70-140 kv4 (10kV steps)


up to 825 mA4 (2.06 A equivalent value with SAFIRE5)

Iterative reconstruction


Low-dose scanning

Tin Filter

Metal artifact reduction

iMAR3, 6


Crystal thickness

3/8” or 5/8”

Detector dimension (FoV)

53.3 x 38.7 cm

Energy range

35-588 keV

System sensitivity (LEHR at 10 cm)

202 cpm/μCi

Acquisition modes

Static, dynamic, gated, SPECT, gated SPECT, dynamic SPECT, composite SPECT, whole-body, whole-body SPECT, SPECT/CT

Quantitative accuracy

≤ 5%7

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